Deep Purple “Space Truckin’”
George Thorogood “Bad to the Bone”
Harvey Danger “Cream and Bastards Rise”
In This Moment “Forever”
Lacuna Coil “Closer”
Lacuna Coil “Swamped”
Mission of Burma “Mica”
Mission of Burma “That’s How I Escaped My Certain Fate”
Mission of Burma “That’s When I Reach for My Revolver”
The Offspring “Gone Away”
The Offspring “Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)”
Panic at the Disco “She’s a Handsome Woman”
Pearl Jam “Brother”
Pearl Jam “Alive (Live: Drop in the Park)”
Pearl Jam “State of Love and Trust (Live: Drop in the Park)”
Snow Patrol “Take Back the City”
Full press release below.
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Scott Gutherie, formerly of TQH has joined MTV Games as it’s new Executive Vice President and General Manager. Tony Cox of SCEA has also Joined MTV. Hit the jump for the full press release.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club “Weapon Of Choice”
Dear and the Headlights “Sweet Talk”
The Devil Wears Prada “Hey John, What’s Your Name Again?”
Foreigner “Blue Morning, Blue Day”
Foreigner “Feels Like the First Time”
Thrice “Image of the Invisible”
Yup, the full release is after the jump
While skimming through Kotaku, we found an interesting tidbit on what some musicians think of music-based games.
They are two well-known musicians, and music games aren’t their thing. In a recent documentary, Page was quoted as saying, “You think of the drum part that John Bonham did on Led Zeppelin’s first track on the first album, Good Times Bad Times,” Page said. “How many drummers in the world can play that part, let alone on Christmas morning?”
Jack White said, “It’s depressing to have a label come and tell you that [Guitar Hero] is how kids are learning about music and experiencing music…which format people should get their music in…if you have to be in a video game to get in front of them, that’s a little sad.”
Kotaku also notes that you can hear the White Stripes on the upcoming Guitar Hero 5.
Don’t fault the games. Most of our music channels don’t introduce us to new music anymore. These music-based games, along with iTunes, are probably some of the best things the industry has right now.
Kids are learning about all kinds of music through these things, and to just call it “sad” is silly. “Sad” is criticizing the method of distribution shortly after the announcement that you are going to be included in an upcoming game.
Story here: MusicRadar.com via Kotaku
The Cab “One of THOSE Nights”
Dashboard Confessional “Hands Down”
Dead Kennedys “California Uber Alles”
Dead Kennedys “Holiday in Cambodia”
Dead Kennedys “Police Truck”
Free “All Right Now”
Nine Inch Nails “Burn”
Nine Inch Nails “Capital G”
Nine Inch Nails “Last”
Scars on Broadway “They Say”
Staind “This Is It”
Testament “Electric Crown”
Weezer “The Greatest Man That Ever Lived”
The jump has the full press release.
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